Deral are a full member of the Woodworking Machinery Suppliers Association. Established in 1984, the Woodworking Machinery Suppliers Association represents the most significant suppliers in the UK market.
The Association is influential in safety and training issues within the industry and its members are supported by technical and commercial advantages. A WMSA member is well placed to offer the experience, expertise and service required in the capital equipment market.
Deral were established in 1985, to provide engineering services to the woodworking and plastics
Over the years, Deral have steadily built on its reputation for offering high quality support and
consistently increased the engineering workforce to meet customer demands, which enables a quicker response time.
Based in Airdrie, on the outskirts of Glasgow, Deral are ideally located with easy access to airports and the motorway network.
In 1989, due to customer demand for machinery, the decision was taken to supply new and used machinery. Deral have taken great care in selecting the best partners who provide superior technical specification and after sales support.
The company’s philosophy is to provide the customer with advice as to the correct product for the
application, the right specification and comprehensive after sales support. The importance of these
factors should never be underestimated.
To ensure that the advice given to customers is based on the latest technology the sales staff regularly attends seminars and manufacturers' product knowledge courses.
In specifying a machine for a customer in addition to current production needs, it is essential that
consideration is also taken of future requirements.
Deral employ multi skilled engineers trained in the latest technology. Full advantage is taken of
manufacturing courses to maintain a high level of expertise.
To be recognised as the preferred choice for advice and the supply of quality machinery and services.
To maintain and improve the level of after sales support currently achieved, particularly with regard to improving, the already prompt response to breakdowns.